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A Dose Of Nostalgia: Rockers 3 Doors Down take grateful look back at first two decades

JOCELYN MURPHY jmurphy@nwadg.com “It’s an hour where you’re not worried about all that crap that’s going on — good or bad or however you feel about it, you don’t have

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Silent film, live music create unique perspective on history

The United Nations has declared Sept. 21 an International Day of Peace, “devoted to strengthening the ideals of peace, through observing 24 hours of non-violence and cease-fire.” In Fayetteville, observation

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Not Just Jazz: Huntertones kick off wide-ranging series at WAC

The 30th anniversary season of Fayetteville performing arts venue, the Walton Arts Center, kicks off Sept. 10 with a group celebrating their own significant milestone. Huntertones’ seven members have established

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Price, Beach, Dvorak: Fort Smith Symphony opens season Sept. 11

“Playing Florence Price’s violin concerto is so empowering,” says Er-Gene Kahng, concert master for the Fort Smith Symphony. “It is an opportunity to celebrate Arkansas history, champion historically overlooked voices,

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In The Key Of Success: New EP from Pat Ryan Key finds soulful groove

SEAN CLANCY sclancy@arkansasonline.com Mix some funky Muscle Shoals groove, Stax Records soul and Northwest Arkansas roots, and the result will be something like “New Old Stock,” the recent EP from

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In The Key Of Success: New EP from Pat Ryan Key finds soulful groove

SEAN CLANCY sclancy@arkansasonline.com Mix some funky Muscle Shoals groove, Stax Records soul and Northwest Arkansas roots, and the result will be something like “New Old Stock,” the recent EP from

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Ready To Rock: Big shows bring big celebrations to AMP this week

The weather’s not cooling down any, but neither are the tunes at the Walmart Arkansas Music Pavilion in Rogers. More thrilling shows continue the 2021 summer season this weekend Northwest

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Lessons Learned: Symphony continues rich mix of music in 2021-22

The Fort Smith Symphony is taking the lessons learned during the pandemic and incorporating them into a 2021-22 season that promises everything fans have always loved — and more. “We

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More Music In More Places: Summer festival takes classical tunes to new listeners

Pianist Tomoko Kashiwagi says chamber music is her passion — and she would love nothing more than to share that passion with as many people as possible. So she and

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Four Minutes, Four Questions: Sara Davis Buechner

“The APO’s mission is to connect people with broader contemporary issues through music, making a difference in the community today that lasts for years,” says Jason Miller, executive director of